ANIARA BLU RAY REVIEW

If you were to read the Guardian review of ANIARA (and I suggest you do), you would see a clearly enamored film critic gush over a film. I will not be doing this. It is not that the sci fi, space drama was not ... Read More...

FRIGHT BLU RAY REVIEW

The 1970s saw cinema in this country change exponentially. From the dawn of the decade, to the middle and then its end. American investment had fled, the country was in turmoil and little was around to make mon... Read More...

SUPPORT THE GIRLS DVD Review

Andrew Bujalski SUPPORT THE GIRLS, follows on from his previous films COMPUTER CHESS and RESULTS. Not in the whole 'mumblecore' thing, that I think is a misnomer. More it follows the clever comedy and subtle ob... Read More...

BADGE 373 INDICATOR BLU RAY REVIEW

When you connect any film with another film, espically one that has been very succesful, it leaves you wide open for attack. BADGE 373 is connected often, (within the special features at least) with THE FRENCH ... Read More...